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„ Rubarto, 21

Zeni, The, 59, 60

Zeno, Marin, 60

Zolemola, The name of, 95

Zonzi, The, 70

Zorzi, The, 81

Zubanigi, The, 62

Zusti, The house of, 78

Zustiniani, The, 25





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Abiuzzo, the Rimondi merchants of, 98

Acre, City of, 28 ; Andrea Barozzi took the, 94.; Nicolo Querini Bailo in the (1263), 91

Adige, Giovanni More brought the fleet from the Po to the (1257), 73

jEmilia, Ravenna the metropolis of, I

Albania, the city of Croia destroyed in (1476), 79; Durazzo in, 21, 22; Gerolenio
Cornaro, Knt., Proveditor in (1687), 65; Giovanni da Legge, Proveditor
General to (1570), 8; Leonardo Foscolo, General, fought against the Turks
in (1645), 74 ; the family of Minotti (2) came from, 48

Alessandro III., Pope, Antonio Minotto, after victory over Federico, Emperor,
accompanied (1198), 47; Daniel Bragardino fought against Otton, s. of the
Emperor Federico, on behalf of (1177), 44; Marco Sanudo one of the
commanders of galleys in favour of (1177), 75; persecution by Emperor
Federico Barbarossa of, 75 ; Nicolo Dolfin commander of galleys for the
defence of (1177), 42; Polo Querini commander of a galley in defence of

("77). 90
Alessandro VI., Pope, Vettor Capello 2''<|, Captain General, died ambassador to

(1493^ 50
Alps, The, 64

Altrino, the Vitturi natives of, 23

Ambassadors, Generals, Senators, the Foscarini distinguished as, 29
Anafesto, Paoluccio, Doge, one of the Contarini amongst those who elected the (697), 32
Ancona, the body of San Constantino, Confessor, brought from, 87 ; the Donati came

from the region of, 27 ; the family of Tron sprang from Mantua or from, 77 ;

the fleet brought by Cristoforo Moro, Doge, to (1462), 71
Andros, Baldwin, Emperor of Constantinople, granted to Marin Sanudo the Island

of(i255)>75
Anemone near Ravenna, The river of, i
Aquilegia, the Balbi (2) and Gradonici natives of, 36, 87 ; the Basegii came from, 86 ;

Patriarchs of, 42, 57, 59, 63, 88
Aquileia, the Delfini migrated from, 42
Arbe, Vettor Pisani took the city of (1448), 92



Ii8 DA LEZZE {DA LEGGE).

Archipelago, Castle of Chiesa in the, 46; Island of Nio in the, 31 ; Islands of Nixia

and Andios in the, 75
Argenta, Ercolo, first Duke of Ferrara, captured (1482), 71
Argos, the V^enelian army took and plundered the city of, 71
Ariano, the field, yj
Arii, the Badoeri descended from the family of the, 37 ; Paoluccio Anafcsto, first

Doge, elected by the (697), 37
Ario, the villa, 37
Armenia, Tiridate, King of, 60 ; the horses over the door of S. Marco gi\en to the

Emperor Nero by, 60
Army, The, Marco Querini rewarded by promotion to be Proveditor General of (1569),

93; Vcttor Minotto, General of (1484), 47 ; Vittorio Bragadin, Proveditor of

(1426), 44
Army, The Grecian, Giovani Gavala, Captain General of (1242), 91
Attila, Giovanni and Francesco Venicri driven out of, 45
Attino, the Canali (2) came to Venice {790) from the city of, 84
Aureli Balbini, The, tiie Balbi sprang from the race of, 35



Badoaro, Lucietta, dau. of Andrea, Giovanni Mattio da Legge married to, 11, 15
Baduarii, the Paduarii received the name of, yj, 38; the first Doge in the Rialto and

Islands of Venice elected from the fiimily of the, 37, 38
Balbi, The, the church of S. Julian in Venice built by, 36
Balbi (2), The, Babulani the name of, 36; character of, 36 ; the churches of S. \'ido

and S. Vido Magno built by (912), 36
Barbari, The, the arms of, 58
Barbarians, Tlie, incursions of, 51
Barbarigi, The, the wealth and reputation of, 62 ; the church of S. Maria Zobenigo

built (985) and rebuilt {1312) by, 62; the church of S. I'oma built (102S) by, 62
Barbaro, Marco, Proveditor of the Fleet, distinguished valour of, 58 ; works written

by, 59; death of (1485), 59
Barbarossa, Federico, Emperor, the Venetians \ictorious over (1177), 75; Pope

Alessandro III, fled from the persecution of (1177), 75, 90
Barbary, War with, 43

Barbasso, the mountain, the Barbari came from, 58
Barbolini, the Barozzi were called, 94

Barcelona, the departure of Charles III., King of Spain {see note) from, 13
Basegii, The, tlie character of, 86 ; Doge Paoluccio Anafesto elected by, 87 ; the church

of S. Basilio destroyed by earthquake (1341), built by, 87; the church of

S. Maria Formosa rebuilt (864), by, 87 ; the arms of, 87
Basilca, the council of, 47
Bela, King of Hungary, special honours conferred on Nicol6 and Giovanni lialbi

by (1047), 36

Belegno, Origin of the name of, 26

Belluno, Priamo da Legge Podest^ and Captain of (1506), 6

Bembo, the family of, 61 ; the character of, 61 ; the church of S. Giulinno built by, 61 ;

three saints sprang from, 61
Beiribo, Pietro, Cardinal, learning of and works published by, 62



GENERAL INDEX. 119

Bergamo, Giovanni da Legge, Captain of (1595); Donato da Legge, Captain of

(1541)1 10; Girolamo da Legge Podesta at (1539), 7; Cardinal Alvize Cornaro,

Administrator of tlie Churches of (1551), 67 ; Bishops of, 67, 95
Bianco, the family of, religious faith of, 27
Birth, the Badoeri Romans by, 37
Blessed Virgin, the Temple of the, 10 ; rissistance given by Giovanni da Legge in

the building of (1584), 10
Bologna, Giovanni da Legge made Knight Palatine and Count of Santa Croce by

Charles V. at (1532), 7; the family of Bembo came from, 61.
Boni, The, the arms of, 98; character of, 98; Dalle Fornase and Dai Biri the

names of, 97, 98
Bragaini, the Bragardini called by the name of, 43
Bragardin, Giacomo, the arms of, 43, 44
Bragardin, ^Larco, Breach of faith of Mustafa, the Turkish general, with, 44 ; torture

and martyrdom of (1520), 44 ; signs seen above the head of, 45
Bragardini, The, the rank and character of, 43
Bragora, the church of S. Giovanni in, 99
Brescia, Priamo da Legge, Captain of (1675), 12
Bressa, the city of, 59 ; courage and prudence of Francesco Barbaro, Podestk, during

the siege of (1439), 59 ; Bishop of, 67
Buoni Orioi, the church and hospital of S. Maria dei Cruciferi enlarged and endowed

by (1158), 81
Buran de Mar, the house of Dalla Legge came from Ravenna to, 3
Burgundy, the Duke of, 71

Cabria, the da Lcgges came from, 3

Cadore, the vale of, Giorgio Cornaro made an incursion into, and took possession of
{1509), 64

Calisto IL, Pope, expedition to Soria for aid to the Christians at the instance of, 58

Campo Rosso, The, the Brandeliri, Coloprini, Falieri, Zonzi, Trivisani, and Balbi of,
61, 70

Canal, Antonio, the tleet magnificently equipped by (1574), 83, 84

Canal, Pietro, the city of Zara besieged and recovered by (1347), 83

Canal (2), the family of, Giulio Canal the founder of, 84

Canal, the house of, Constantin Canal the founder of, 83

Canareggio, the quarter of, 27, 87

Cancilliari, the Pisani originally known by the name of, 30

Candi.i, Members of Venetian families sent to colonise, Barbarigo, Giovanni (121 1),
62; Barozzi, Andrea (1252), Marin, Pancratia (121 1), 94; Basegio, Basilio,
(1252), 87; Belegno, Marin, Mattio (1252), 26, 27; Bon, Bartolamio (1222), 98 ;
Canal, Giacomo, Marin, Pancratio, Pietro (1252), Zuaime (1211), 83; Capello,
Giacomo (121 1 ), 49 ; Cocco, Pietro (121 1 ), 22 ; Contarini, Benetto, Marin (12 11),
33; Cornaro, Pietro(i222J, 64; Diedi, Anzolo, Pietro, Zuanne (i2ii),86; Foscarini,
Marco (1222), Nicolo (1252), 29; Foscolo, Leonardo, Marin (1211), 74;
Gradenigo, Michiel, Pietro (1222^, Tomaso (1211), 88; Grimani, Giacomo,
Ruggier (1211), Marin (1252), 55 ; Malipiero, Giulian (1211), 70; Manolesso,
Marco (1211), 35; Molin, Nicol6, Pietro (surnamed Beretta) (1211), 28;
Moro (2), Pietro (1211), 73 ; Morosini, Domenico (1211), 52 ; Nani, Giacomo



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(1211), 37; Priuli, Giacomo (1222), 41 ; Ouerini, Gilberto (1211), 90; Polo,
Duke of Candia (1214), 93 ; Sanudi, Members of the (1222), 75 ; Semitecolo,
Andrea (121 1), 71 ; Soranzo, Micliiel (1222), 80; Tagliapietia, Giacomo (1211),
95 ; Tion, Pancratio (1222), 78; Valieri, Andrea, Tomaso (1211), 85 ; Venier,
Domenico, Marin (121 1), Juanne, Pietro, Simion (1252), 46 ; Zancariol, Giacomo
(1222), Micliiel (1211), Ziiannc (1252), 95; Zen, Marco, Marin (1252), 60;
Alvize Capelio, Duke in, 50 ; Anzolo Querini went to the assistance of the
kintjdom of (1209), go ; Archbishop and Patriach of, 57 ; Branch of the family
of Giacomo Priuli became extinct in, 41 ; Death of two of tlie \'endramini in
battle during the rebellion in (1228), 78 ; Family of Capelli left the the kingdom
of (1577), 49; Francesco Morosini, General, Duke of (1630), Francesco 3"
Morosini, Captain General, supernumerary Procurator in (l66g), 53; Giacomo
Foscarini twice Inquisitor in the kingdom of, 29, 30; Giovanni Cornaro, General
of, 64; Cattario Cornaro General in, 64, 65; death of in (1668), 64, 65;
Marco Antonio Querini succeeded Pietro Tron as Captain of the Guard in
(1570), 93; Nicolo Cocco, Duke in, 22 ; Pietro Valier, Archbishop of (1621),
85; Rebellion of (1363), 47; Recovery of, 47; the Candian branch of the
family of Basegio became extinct in (1252), 87 ; the Grimani lost their
nobility in (1573), 56 ; the Sanudi natives of Eraclea in, 75 ; Doge Marin Sanudo
{set note) gave assistance to, 75 ; Turkisli invasion of (1646), 94; Turkish war
with (1655), 45

Candiani, the Sanudi called the, 75 ; religion and character of the, 75 , churches of
S. Mauritio (699), S. Raffael, and S. Salvador di Murano (899), S. Maria
Formosa (864), S. Canciano built by the, 75.

Canea, Pietro Capelio the last of the Capelli to depart from, 49

Capelli, The, character of, 48, 49; church of S. Maria Mater Domini built by (960),
49; arms of, 49; the S. Marco borne in tlic arms of, 49 ; famous subjects,
generals, ambassadors produced by, 49

Capelio, Bianca, beauty of, admiration for, marriages of, 49

Capelio, Lorenzo, monument in S. Cristoforo to M.ina da Legge, his wife, erected by
(1576), 18

Capua, the Capelli driven from, 48

Capuchins, Francesco Querini became a monk of the order of (i 501), 92

Carmignola, Prince, Vittorio Bragardin discovered treasonable designs of (1426), 44

Casa Mazzor, Nicol6 Querini of the, 91

Castel Baldo, the diocese of, 10

Castel di Musestre, the family of Diedo sprang from (955), 86

Castel Novo, the city of, 65

Castello, the Quarter of, 46, 73, 83, 88, 93

Castile, ()ueen Elizabeth of, 93 ; the King of Spain permitted a Ouerini to quarter
the arms of, 90

Celsi, Lorenzo, Doge, Giacomo da Legge sent as ambassador to meet and escort the
(1361), 4

Ceneda, Bishop of, 57

Charles 111., King of Spain [see note), Andrea da Legge I. cliosen as Ambassador
Extraordinary to (171 1), 13

Charles IX. (of France), Giovanni da Legge sent as ambassador to (1560), 8

Chiesa, the castle of, 46



GENERAL INDEX. 121

Chioggia, Giovanni da Legge Podestkof (1584), 10; Temple of the Blessed Virgin in, 10

Chiozza, Andrea Vendramin and his son Dortolomio offered to take command of

army to regain, 78 ; deeds done by Alvise dalla Fornase in the taking of

(1381), 98; Nadal and Antonio Tagliapietra offered to go at head of army

to (1381), 96 ; Nicolo and Vettor Pisani engaged in the war of, 31 ; ofter by

Francesco Moro to take the city of, 71 ; Paulo Querini, Captain, accompanied

Doge Andrea Contarini fur the recovery of (1381), 92 ; Polo Lipamano offered

to send two nephews to the army befoi e, 97 ; the church of S. Marco Bocalame

near, 74 ; war with the Genoese at (1379), 47

Chiozza, The Signoria of, assistance by Paulo, Pietro, and Zuanne Zaccaria given to, 68

Churches —

S. Agostino, 52; Cardinal Andrea Cornaro buried in (1551), 67; Giacomo da Legge
built the altar of (1646), 18 ; Nicolo Fomentini, Rector of (1646), 18 ; inscrip-
tion on higli altar of, built by Giacomo da Legge in, 10

S. Angelo Raffael, 32, 52

S. Antonio di Castello di Tavole, 31

S. Apolinare, relics and thorn from our Lord's crown contained in, 24, 25

S. Apostoli, 87

S. Bartolomeo, epitaph to Donate da Legge in (1584), 10

S. Bartolomio otherwise S. Demetrio, the family of Domenico Selvo, at request of
the Emperor of Trabisonda, built the church of, 25, 99

S. Basilic, bodies of ijan Constantino, Confessor, and of Pietro Accoitanto,
Venetian Nobleman, reposed in, 87

S. Benedetto, 70

S. Bortolamio, 99

S. Canciano, 46, 60, 75

S. Cassano, otherwise S. Cecilia, the Michieli joined with the Minotti in building the
church of, 54 ; head of S. Cecilia, hand of S. Lorenzo, and part of the head
of S. Dionysius the Areopagite in, 54

S. Cristoforo, Lorenzo Capello erects monument to Maria da Legge, his wife,
in (1576), 18

S. Croce, 87

S. Fosca, 56; the Donati and Grimani built the church of, 27

S. Francesco della Vigna, chapel of the Three Magi in, 56; beautiful facade of, 56;
Domenico and Marin Grimani buried in, 57

S. Gereniia, 52, 70

S. Giacomo di Paluo, 78

S. Giacomo di Rialto, 32

S. Giobbe, Doge Cristoforo Moro buried in, 72

S. Giorgio Maggiore, 38 ; burial of Cardinal Marco Cornaro took place at, 67 ;
Giovanni Morosini, Abbot of, 62

S. Giovanni, 45

S. Giovanni e Paolo, Nicolo Jenson Todesco, introducer of printing [cir. 1457)
buried in, 70 ; the cloister of, 17 ; tomb of Lord Luca da Legge, his brothers
and heirs, in (1454), 17

S. Giovanni Evangelista, 38

S. Giovanni in Bragora, 99

S. Giovanni in Oglio, 54

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122 DA LEZZR (DA LEGGE).

Churches —

S. Giovanni Lateran, yj, 47

S. Giuliano, 61

S. Giustina of Padua, eulogy to Andrea da Legge, Senator, by monks of, in
('643), II, 12

S. Iliario at Miirano, 52, 87

S. Julian, bodies of S. Florian and S. Paul, the first hermit, in, 36

S. Lorenzo in the Jile of Geniellc, 38

S. Marco, 38; Agostin Vaher treated Cardinal with the title of (1572), 85 ; Ah'ize
Moslo, Procurator, with salary of, (1648), 22 ; Andrea da Legge anil Andrea da
Legge L created Procurators of (1573 and 1699), 9, 12; Andrea X'endramin,
Doge, addressed the people in, 79 ; was Procurator of, 79; bronze cha])el in,
61 ; Catterina Cornaro declared to be a daughter of, 66 ; dowry presented to
her by, 66; Cristoforo Moro Procurator of, 71; Domenico SeKo buried in,
26; Gerelenio Cornaro, Knt., made supernumerary Procurator of (16S7), 65;
Giacomo Foscarini, Procurator of, 29; Giovanni liadoaro i'riniicerio or
Chief of the Church of (1688), 39; decoration by Giovanni da Legge
of, 78 ; Giovanni da Legge, brother of Donato, Giovanni, son of Priamo,
and Giovanni, son of Andrea, created Procurators of (1522, 1537, 1621), 7, 10 ;
Giovanni Delfmo, Procurator of (1350), 42 ; Leonardo Foscolo, Pioeurator
of (1645), 74 ; devotion of Nicolo Venier for, 45, 46; Pasqual Malipiero. Pro-
curator of, 69; Pietro Foscari Priniicerio of, 40; Matlio and Pietro X'itturi
(12S4, 1460) became Procurators of, 23; Priamo da Legge, Procurator of
(1556), 6; seven of the family of da Legge, Procurators of, 4 ; the four horses
over the door of, 60; the people addressed by Henry III., King of France at,
84 ; the Piazza of, 55 ; Giovanni Michicl murdered by a Greek in the Piazza of,
55 ; the sanctuary of 56, 57 ; Zaccaria Dolfin, Cardinal, received the title of, 42

S. Marco Ijocalanie, 74

S. Margherila, 4

S. Maria, 38

S. Maria de Crocicchieri, 4 ; altars, sepulchres, and memorials to the finiily of
da Legge in, 4; Andrea da Legge buried in (1604), 9; epitaph to by Giovanni,
his son, in, 9 ; church and hospital of, 81 ; bodies of S. liaibara and Giovanni
Orseolo, son of Doge Orseolo L, buried in, 81 ; Giovanni da Legge erected
sepulchre to his father in, 7; Giovanni da Legge buried in, 8; Giovanni, his
grandson, erected sepulchre and epitaph to him in, 8 ; Priamo da Legge buiied
in (1557), 6; epitaph to his memory in, 6; tombs built by Giovanni da Legge
to his father and grandfather in, 10

S. Maria de Servi, burial of Andrea Vendramin in, 79

S. Maria del Popolo, Cardinal Pietro Foscari buried in (1485), 40

S. Maria delle Gratie, Cardinal Agostin Valier buried in a chapel in, 85

S. Maria delle Virgini, 76

S. Maria Formosa, statue to preserve the name of Vicenzo Capello, Knt. and Pro-
curator, over the faqade of, 38, 50, 75, 87

S. Maria Mater Domini, Aria Serena buried in, 37

S. Maria Zobenigo, 62

S. Martino, 99

S. Mattio di Murano, 64



GENERAL INDEX. 123

Churches —
S. Mauritio, 75
S. Miiiirizio, 98
S. Mauro, called Angelo, 52
S. Micliiel di Miirano, 76
S. Moise, 45
S. Nicolo del Lido, 32 ; Domenico Selvo elected successor to Doge Domenico

Cmilarini in, 25
S. Raflael, 75
S. Rocco, 4

S. Saccaria, sister Agnese Morosiiii, Abbess of, 53
S. Salvador di Murano, 75 ^

S. Salvadore, 67 ; sepulchre of Cardinal Marco Cornaro in the vestry of, 67 ; remains
of Cardinal Francesco Cornaro rest in, 67; tomb of Cardinal Andrea Cornaro
in, 67
S. Servolo, body of S. Leon, Bishop of Modone, laid to rest in, 42
S. Severe, 38
S. Silvestro, 32, 68
S. Simon the Prophet, 40
S. Stefano, 5 ; inscription on tomb of Luca da Legge in, J ; inscription to Maria da

Legge, daughter of Benedetto, in (1598), 17
S. Taodoro, 31

S. Ternita, 64 ; the body of S. Anastasio placed in (1200), 99, 100
S. Tonu\, 62
S. Ubaldo, 78
S. Vidal, 37
S. Vido, 36
S. Vido Magno, 36
S. Voatio, 38
S. Zactaria, 38
S. Zonzi Mazor, 52
Citra, the Procuracy of, 6, 9, 12

Cividale del Friuli, Donato da Legge sent as Proveditor to (1508), 7
Civitaciecchia, the Arii seek safety in flight to, 37
Clement VI IL, Pope, the Rose conferred on Tomasina Morosini, wife of Doge Marin

Griniani, by (1597), 53
Cleto III., Pope, church and hospital of S. Maria dei Cruciferi founded by (77), 81 ;

monks directed to carry the cross in their hands by, 81
Cocco, Antonio, galley commanded by (1430), 22

Cocco, Nicol6, victory over Garoveli by, 22; banner of Admiral's galley taken by, 22
Colle di Valle d'Elsa, The, the Giusti came from, 23
Colonna, Corado Zolerem founded the house of. 95
Commeno Emanuel, Emperor, ancestors of Giacomo Bonomo compelled to fly from

the tyranny of the (i 151), 21
Commerce, Sage of, Andrea da Legge L a (1710), 13

Concordia, the City of, the Contarini under the Republic Governors of, 32
Coneda, Pietro Valier Bishop of (1621), 85

Constantine, Emperor, the Order of S. Zorzi instituted by the (315), 48

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Constantinople, ancestors of Giacomo Bonomo came from (1151), 21 ; Antonio Iron
w.i-. .uulja-i ..iiliir lo Alci-.iu Mr;';i ('(Hiiiiiiid, I'jiiiiciiir iil (|iii;i/), 7;-!; H.iMwim,

l'ni(M I ( f I id;/, |il , <.. |..l. IM'. I.liii.,ll.., |l,iil<< >.f M I', )), .|i; i II , .ilir,, „.,ii

III /\i(,iiilii), l'.iii|;n(H()l, jti ; liiiilics (il S. !■ Idii.hi iiiid S. I'miiI, tlie lust Ik rjiiil,
broiij^lil from (1205), 36 ; tontr.iLl ciitcieil iiilo with Giov.iniii Murobini, Abljot
of S. Giorf^io M.iggiorc, by Basilio II. and Costanlino VIII., Ijiotlicrs ol tlie
Emperor of, 62 ; Daniel Uia^^ardiao present with Doge Henrico Dandolo at
the taking of (1202, 1204), 44, 87 ; death of Fr.incesco Capello at (1500), 49;
death of Giovanni Capello in (1650), 50; deed delivered by Basilio II. and
Costantino VIII., E'nperors of, 58; flight of the Traversari to, 2; IMarin
Zeno first Podesti of, 60; horses over the door of S. Marco brought to, 60;
Niceforo, Emperor of, 25 ; Nicolo Cocco, ambassador in, 22 ; Otton Querini,
one who elected Count lialduino of Fiandra Emperor of (1205), 93 ; Patriarchs
of) 33. 52, 53, 55, 67, 88 ; Paulo Querini sent as ambassador, to ratify and
confirm a deed of surrender, to Henrico, Emperor of (1206), 90; Valareso
Valaresso brought the body of S. Anastasio from (1200), 99, 100; the body
of S. Barbara brought from (991), 81 ; the Empire of Rome transferred to,
60; the fleet of Marco Gussoni and Marco Querini surprised by Vatazzo,
Prince of Lesbo, in the attempt to occupy (1242), 81; the Islands of Nixia
and Andros granted to Marin Sanudo by Baldwin, Emperor of (1255), 75;
the Venieri came from, were amongst the first barons of, 45 ; the Giubtiniani
e.\pelled from the Empire of, 45

Consuls, the Tiepoli numbered amongst the twelve ancient Tribunes under the
government of the, 76

Contarini, Andrea, Doge, Giacomo da Legge sent as ambassador to and escort of
(1367), 4 ; in the war at Chiozza, Toma Minotto, Senator, accompanied (1397), 47

Contarini, Domenico, Doge, death of, 25

Contarini, Lucrezia, burial of Donato da Legge, her son, in the Villa di Masi by,
9, 10 ; will of, 10 ; bequest of, 18

Contarini, Luigi, the " Giardino" of, 6

Contarini, The, German extraction of, 32 ; character of, 32 ; church of S. Giacomo
di Kialto enlarged by, 32; churches of S. Nicolo del Lido and .S. Angelo
Rafi.iel built by (1027), 32 ; Malfeo Contarini a member of the house of, 32;
the arms of, 32 ; the " zoia " borne in the arms of, 32

Coppo, the family of, 84; descent of, 84 ; character of, 84 '

Corfu, Archbishops of, 22, 63; death of Nicolo Capello at, 49; Francesco Cornaro,
Proveditor of, 64 ; Pietro (1205), Marin, Zuanne (1252), Michieli, and StelTano
Foscarini (1205) sent to colonise, 29, 54, 55

Corinth, Bertoldo Orsini, General, met with his death at, 71

Cormous, Giorgio Cornaro took possession of (1509), 64

Cornari, The, nobility of birth of, 63 ; arms of, 64

Cornaro, Fredrigo, see Errata page, at beginning

Cornaro, Giovanni, Doge, Andrea da Legge I. one of the electors of (1709), 12

Cornaro, Marco, church of S. Mattio di Murano built by (l 155), 64

Cornaro, Queen Cattarina, voyage to Cyprus of, 44, 64 ; Andrea Bragardino (named
Facella), appointed ambassador with (1472), 44

Corsairs, success of Marin Capello against (1639), 50

Cosligliani, the King of the Isle of Fortune subjugated by, 50

Council, the, Andrea da Legge III., with dispensation for age, admitted to (1715)1 '3;



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Andrea Vendramin elected into (138 1), 79; Beltramo Pellizzer or Pisani member
o*^ (1355). 32; contract between Basilio II., Constantine VIII., and Giovanni
Morosini appointing the house of Barbarigo to, 62 ; Daniel Vitturi with others
made a member of (1258), 23 ; Filippo Canal made a member of, 83 ; Francesco
Moro rewarded by being made a member of (1381), 71 ; Giovanni da Legge a
sage of (1575), 8 ; Marco Donado made a member of (1310I, 27 ; the Barbari
Ijelonged to (S92), 58 ; the Barbarigi elected to (9S2), 62 ; the Boni elected on
(1149, 1381), 98; the Canali (2) elected to (1297), 84; the family of Coppo
elected to (1297), 84 ; the family of Diedo elected members of (before 1200), 86 ;
the family of Molin recognized at the hands of, 28; the family of Selvo ceased
in that name to Ije members of (1252), ?<>; the family of Tron members of
(loSo), 77, 78; the Foscari elected members at the close of (1297), 40 ; the
FoscoH amongst the ancient members of, 74 ; the Grimani alleged to have been
numbered amongst (1297), 55 ; the Lombardi elected to (1297), 88 ; the Minotti
members of (1170), 47 ; in it at the close of (1297), 47 ; the Minotti (2) members
of (1297), 48; the Priuli made members at the close of (1297), 40, 41; the
Ouerini held a conspicuous place in, 89 ; the Rimondi elected members of
(1297), 98 ; the Semitecoli memliers of, 70; the Tagliapietri members of (before
1200), 96; the Zaiicarioli were elected to (991), 95

Council, the Q-reat, Luca da Legge confirmed patrician, with all his posterity, at the
closing of (1297), 4 ; on the day of election as Doge Andrea Vendramin dined
in the Hall of, 79 ; portrait of Giovanni da Legge in the Hall of, 8 ; the family
of Belegno, extinct in Candia, survived in Venice, and were members of, 27 ;
the Legii confirmed in at the close of (1297), 3 ; the Badoeri, y] ; Balbi, 36;
Balbi (2) (1292), 36; Barbari, 59 ; Barozzi, 95 ; Basegii, 87 ; Bembo, 61 ; Boni,
98; Bragadmi, 45; Canali, 84; Capelli, 50; Contarini, 33; Diedi, 86;
Donati, 27; Foscari, 40; Foscarini in Candia and Venice, 29; Foscoli, 74;
Gradenigi, 88; Grimani, 56; Gussoni, 81; Lipomani, 97; Lombardi, 88;
Malipieri, 70 ; Manolesso, 35 ; Marcello, 35 ; Michieli, 55 ; Minotti, 48 ; Molin,
28 ; Mori (2), 73; Morosini, 52 ; Priuli, 41 ; Queriui, 93; Rimondi, 98; Sanudi,
75; Semitecoli, 71; Soranzi, 80; Tagliapietri, 96; Tiepoli, 76; Tron, 78;
Valaressi, 100; Valieri, 85; Vendramini, 79; Venieri, 46; Vitturi, 23;
Zancarioli, 96 ; Zeni, 60 ; all members of

Council of One Hundred, the, Nadal TagHapictra elected on (i38i),96 ; Paulo, Pietro,
Zuanne Zaccaria elected by ballot into (1381), 68,69; ceased to belong to (1544),
69; Polo Lipamano elected on (1381), 97

Council of Ten, the, Giovanni da Legge, Chief of (1604), 10 ; Luca da Legge member
of, 4

Council of Trent, p. 68 ; and see Errata page

Council, the Venetian, the family of Bianco members of (1297), 27; ceased to be of
(1342), 27; the Foscarini members of (before 1200), 29; belonged to at the
close of (1297), 29 ; the Pisani members of (905), 31


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